A live video of a purported Tecno Pova smartphone surfaced online, suggesting that the company would soon introduce a new device. The incoming call indicator in the video looks to be an RGB LED light strip on the back of the phone, similar to the Glyph Interface on the Nothing Phone 2 and the Phone 1. With a 6nm MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, a 6,000mAh battery, 45W fast charging, and 10W reverse charging, the Tecno Pova 5 was just released in certain worldwide regions.
The alleged Tecno Pova smartphone was shown in a short video sent to Twitter by tipster Ishan Agarwal (@ishnagarwal24). There is an LED light strip on the back of the phone, just close to where the camera is positioned (upper left). The Tecno phone is said to have its own software built in, and it will apparently be called the Arc Interface, much to Nothing Phone’s Glyph Interface. Unlike the Nothing Phone, which only has a single hue of LEDs, this one looks to have a full colour gamut.
The LED light strip will be used by the Arc Interface to alert users to various smartphone occurrences. The anonymous tipster in the video states that the light activates whenever a call comes in. Details on the Arc Interface, such as the level of customization it would provide customers, or the actual gadget itself, have been few so far, but are likely to be released by the firm at some point in the future.
The Tecno Pova 5 Pro, according to a 91Mobiles report, may be the device in the image. If this model is the real deal, it should include a 7,000 mAh battery and allow 68W wired fast charging. The paper does not include a citation for this assumption, therefore readers should approach the data with caution.
The Tecno Pova 5 comes in Mecha Black, Blue Hurricane, and Amber Gold, and was clearly influenced by robot mecha. Unveilings have been place in several S.E. Asian, M.E., and L.A. markets.